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New Water Bottle to Support Flint MI Water Crisis

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50/50 Projects Announces Aid to Flint Water Crisis
New Water Bottle Does More Than Hold Water

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Indian Trail, NC – Today, 50/50 Projects announced the launch of their new product, a sleek new water bottle that does more than hold water. In alignment to the company’s mission to donate fifty percent of all proceeds to NGOs, this water bottle aids in water crisis relief in Flint, Michigan.

“We are really excited about these new bottles”, says Valarie Ross & Joshua Marshman, Co-Founders of 50/50 Projects. “It is typical of our company to reach out globally, but we feel a strong pull to reach out now to our own communities in the U.S.”


“We’re excited about partnering with 50/50 Projects to benefit the children and community of Greater Flint”, says Mary Jo Herbig, Director of Communications at the Community Foundation of Greater Flint. Proceeds will provide funding for the Flint Child Health & Development Fund, a vital fund set to ensure long-term change for the better in response to our water crisis. “We know the needs of Flint children exposed to lead, particularly those most vulnerable - children ages 0-6 - are ongoing and long-term. When you make a donation to the Flint Child Health & Development Fund, you can be assured that your gift will be used for critical interventions today and well into the future.”

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The water bottles went on sale today and can be purchased online at 5050projects.com, a web-based company that sells inspiring products designed to support non-profits which are working to make our world a better place. To learn more, go to 5050projects.com. Their purpose is to make an impact - one product at a time. 

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